I believe that Microsoft Project Server (part of their Enterprise
Project Management package) can do some of these things. You can store
project plans online and share them, and I think it also allows the
sharing of folders and files.
ProjectLink will manage your complex folder structures just fine. On of
the advantages of ProjectLink over MS Project Server is that the items
you place in your folders can be directly tied to your PDMLink system.
In other words, you can check out a file to a project instead of an
individual from PDMLink. Anyone viewing the item in PDMLink will see it
is checked out to a project, and you will have full traceability of the
work path. Then anyone who is a part of the project can collaborate on
Note also that there is a direct integration between MS Project and
ProejctLink that allows you to upload MS Project files to ProjectLink,
or edit ProjectLink plans directly in MS Project.
<http: www.steris.com="/> Robert M. Priest, PE, PMP
Lead Engineer / PLM Program Manager